|Course Type||:||Basic Specialized Courses|
|Course Name||:||Applied Physics|
|Starts 1||:||2 the previous term|
|Lecturer||:||Tomoki TERADA Associate Professor|
|To prepare for Biophysics in 3rd grade, students learn about fundamental knowledge in modern biology and develop the ability of understanding biological processes in terms of the behavior of the mixture of biomolecules.
Students will be able to
1. Understand and explain the hierarchical structure of living organisms.
2. Understand and explain the structures and characteristics of biomolecules.
3. Understand and explain the biological phenomena in terms of the behavior of biomolecules.
|Not specified because this lecture is intended for students majoring in physics.|
|1. The diversity and generality of living organisms
2. Replication of genetic information
3. Gene expression
4. Regulation of gene expression
Students are recommended to read the corresponding part of the textbook. Besides, students submit several assignments.
|"Life science" 3rd Ed. Yodosha (in Japanese)|
|Specified within the lecture.|
|Level of achievements of students' objects will be evaluated by reports (30%) and term-end exam (70%). Credits are given if the students can appropriately solve basic questions on biological science with a score of 60 or higher out of 100.|
|There is no requirements for this lecture.|
|Questions are welcome at the end of every lecture. e-mail: terada[at]nagoya-u.jp|